To this date Joe Rogan has had quite the career. He’s been a comedian, a martial artist, and a color commentator. He’s been very involved in the world of [easyazon_link identifier=”B00WXLYJL0″ locale=”US” tag=”tvovermind00a-20″]MMA[/easyazon_link] and has even hosted the show Fear Factor for around 6 seasons, non-consecutively. What you might not have known is that he’s also fairly skilled at being a motivational speaker. A lot of celebrities might act like they know what they’re talking about or even go so far as to sound wise and magnanimous, but [easyazon_link identifier=”B00P64EFYM” locale=”US” tag=”tvovermind00a-20″]Joe Rogan[/easyazon_link] does in fact sound as though he knows a few things and can honestly dish out that wisdom for the benefit of others.
Here are just a few things he’s had to say that might be worth listening to.
What is an act except an elaborate lie? I wonder if Joe knows a little bit about the second part of this line. Maybe?
Isn’t that the truth? Keeping your eyes forward and your feet moving tends to give a lot of people tunnel vision for a good part of their lives. It’s important to look around from time to time.
Jealousy is like a bag of stones weighing you down as you try and try to overcome the feeling. By thinking more of how you can appreciate what you have you can turn that feeling into positive energy that can lift you instead of dragging you down.
You can’t have one without the other. If you want to be great you need to be a little mad sometimes.
Know, not fear. There is a big difference in accepting the fact that we’re here for a finite time, and fearing the fact.
It can’t always be seen but it is very real. If the results aren’t always in your favor they might be in someone else’s.
That other person won’t likely reciprocate your hate simply because it takes too much time and energy. Let it go and focus on enjoying your own life.
That’s an interesting way to look at things. Not sure how many would agree but it is a different outlook.
While they should be recognized for their contributions in a fair and equal way, they should also be allowed their childhood. Otherwise they become neurotic adults before they hit puberty.
There’s meaning to everything we do because we grant such meaning through our intentions and our resulting actions.
Nope, not at all. If someone else succeeds be happy for them and move forward. Take it as a sign that anyone can succeed, including you.
Sometimes it’s the creating that means more than the creation. The purpose behind life is far more of a driving force than the endpoint we all seek.
No one in this world is invincible, nor do they ever become that way. Physically, mentally, emotionally, everyone can be broken in some way. The trick is to recognize it and not fear it, so that you know to learn from it.
Joe Rogan, motivational speaker. You’ve got to admit a lot of what he’s saying makes sense, even if it’s been said by so many people in so many different ways.
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